Sound-based therapy supports change in Apraxic clients by:

Stimulating oral motor movement, tongue, lips, jaw, and palate
Developing understandable simple vocabulary
Improved use of consonant production
Developing combined Phoneme usage
Developing longer sentence lengths
Improved expressive language skills

Sound-based therapy involves the use of sound vibration that impacts the body using special equipment, programs, modified music, and/or specific tones/beats, the need for which is identified with appropriate testing.

Apraxia of speech is a motor-speech programming disorder resulting in difficulty expressing and/or coordinating the oral-motor movements necessary to produce and combine speech sound (phonemes) to form syllables, words, phrases and sentences on voluntary (rather than reflexive) control. Many children are able to hear words, and are able to understand what they mean, but they can’t change what they hear into the words.

Therapies Offered:
AIT, Tomatis®, Fast ForWord™, Interactive Metronome™, BioAcoustics™, and home programs. Therapies are only suggested after completing the Diagnostic Evaluation for Therapy Protocol (DETP®) which determines if any sound-based therapy is appropriate and when it is, in the correct order. We utilize The Davis Model of Sound Intervention®.

Contact The Davis Center at 862-251-4637, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday, Eastern Standard Time to schedule an evaluation. Or email npdunn@thedaviscenter.com.

Sound-based therapies are not medical treatments. They do not cure or treat medical disease conditions. They work on supporting change in learning, development, and wellness. The Davis Center does not diagnose or prescribe for medical or psychological conditions; nor does it claim to prevent, treat, mitigate or cure such conditions; nor provide diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals or apply medical, mental health or human development principles beyond the scope of professional practice.

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